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Ed Schultz to end radio show, move to online-only format

MSNBC’s Ed Schultz will end his weekday radio show next week and move the program to an online-only format, according to media reports.

“The Ed Schultz Show,” currently a three-hour weekday radio production, will change to a one-hour show starting Tuesday, according to an MSNBC report. It will be taken off the air and offered for free online instead.

The last three-hour show will air Friday, MSBNC reported. The new online show can be found at

MSNBC reports that Schultz said during his Wednesday TV program that the change gives him “more flexibility to be on the road, to do the kind of shows I want to do” on television.

His “The Ed Show” television program will continue to air weekdays at 4 p.m. CST on MSNBC.

Schultz, a former Fargo resident, got his start as a sports broadcaster on local TV. He moved to talk radio in the mid-1990s and took his radio show nationwide in 2004. He joined MSNBC in 2009 and became a primetime fixture in 2011.

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